A new short film in the Countryside Regeneration Trust’s documentary series that captures the ongoing journey to develop Bere Marsh Farm in Dorset has just been released.

Filmed by renowned wildlife filmmaker, Graham Hatherley, the latest episode charts the ongoing work to protect the area’s varied wildlife and give the farm buildings a whole new lease of life. This segment culminates in the opening of the Angela Hughes Nature Reserve in memory of Angela who did so much to pioneer farming in an environmentally friendly way.

The film features Angela’s daughter, Fiona Gerardin, talking about how her mother’s legacy is being honoured by the CRT’s regeneration of the land at Bere Marsh, as well as beautiful sequences of the farm’s resident barn owls and other wildlife visitors.

If you would like to see our work at Bere Marsh Farm, Dorset first hand join us on one of our weekly wildlife walks taking place every Friday throughout the summer holidays. Find out more here.

You can watch the first instalment of our documentary series here